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RBI should be more experimental in monetary policy: World Bank
DNA India

RBI should be more experimental in monetary policy: Kaushik Basu

I think RBI should have been a bit more liberal and not respond to inflation by raising interest rate the way we traditionally do, Kaushik Basu said, arguing that no one has a sure answer to most macroeconomic and monetary policies.(Reuters) A ... Financial Express, 1 month ago

Nash equilibrium and India

A great theoretician bends abstractions to suit real-world needs Kaushik Basu's academic credentials are impeccable. His first love is teaching and researching. He has taught at several universities in India and abroad. He has published more ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Moving the centre's shackled steel frame

Sandeep Bamzai Is Prime Minister Modi losing the war on the well entrenched steel frame in Delhi? Despite repeated bureaucratic reshuffles, has he found himself being stymied by the bureaucracy? Senior bureaucrat and coal secretary Anil Swarup ...
 Observer Research Foundation2 weeks ago

World Bank Office Opening Highlights Malaysia's Development Experience

The FINANCIAL -- Malaysia and the World Bank Group celebrated 58 years of partnership with the formal opening of the World Bank Group's Office in Malaysia. The office will serve as a global knowledge and research hub. More than 300 people from ...
 Finchannel.com1 month ago World Bank : Office Opening Highlights Malaysia's Development Experience  4 Traders1 month ago

Health and the SDGs: Out of the doldrums, heading for the rapids

Until quite recently, things were looking good for health in the SDG process. It wasn't always so. Two and a half years ago, at the time of the high-level panel report on the SDGs, the health SDG discussion was actually stuck in the doldrums. Health ...
 World Bank1 month ago
The Express Tribune

The rise of the robots

The rise of robots with in-built emotio­n sensor­s and artifi­cial cognit­ion to mainta­in intima­te relati­ons The writer is a doctoral student in Public Policy at University of Delaware, USA and has served as a governance specialist in ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
NATO Association of Canada

The Curious Case of Corruption in India

Looking at India's long history of economic inefficiencies brought by endemic and institutionalized corruption, one might be surprised to see the resilient levels of growth throughout the recent global financial crisis despite the extent of graft in ...
 NATO Association of Canada2 months ago

The Savant from Ithaca

Economists come in two stripes. There are policy advisors and policymakers, and there are those who craft killer theorems. In the former class come persons such as the University of Chicago economist Austan Goolsbee— who advised President Barack Obama ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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